KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The players may have been off on Tuesday, but the Kansas City Chiefs front office was on the clock making personnel decisions.
Rookie safety Bradley McDougald, who was waived on Sunday, and offensive guard Rishawn Johnson were signed to the practice squad, the Chiefs announced.
Additionally, the team placed rookie safety Sanders Commings, who missed training camp with a collarbone injury, on injured reserve with a designation for return.
McDougald, an undrafted free agent from Kansas, spent training camp with the Chiefs and stood out in the team’s Week One preseason game against the New Orleans Saints.
Johnson entered the NFL in 2012 as an undrafted free agent with the Seattle Seahawks. He served on Seattle’s practice squad before being released on Aug. 31. Johnson played collegiately at California University of Pennsylvania where he and current Chiefs center Eric Kush were teammates. Prior to playing at California University of Pennsylvania, Johnson played three seasons at Ole Miss.